Texas-based Integ acquires Insite Group: Owners foresee new economic growth in Bryan College Station


Integ has announced the acquisition of Insite Group, an award-winning printing company based in Bryan.

Insite has served the Bryan College Station community for over 33 years and is proud to continue under the Integ name, says Kyle Dewitt, a former Insite partner who will continue to offer leadership for the company. As Integ invests in the growing Bryan College Station economy they will continue the organization’s community involvement, including publication of the highly esteemed Insite Brazos Valley Magazine. Insite’s knowledgeable staff will remain constant through the transition including the company’s tradition of service to the community.


This acquisition positions Texas-based Integ in the top 10 privately held print companies in Texas according to Printing Impressions Top 400. Now more than 150 employees strong, Integ continues to grow their leadership and strengthen their commitment to serving the needs of the local Texas economy. “It’s an honor to join forces with a highly respected print company like Insite,” says Integ CEO David Anderton. “This acquisition allows us to offer a wider range of capabilities and offerings in technology, services and strategies to the Brazos Valley and Houston market as well as strengthen the local economy with new growth opportunities.”

Integ will offer enhanced production capabilities for customers such as promotional products, environmental graphics, direct mailing, as well as digital and offset printing capabilities. Coupled with Insite’s environmentally friendly FSC Certification and unique printing abilities, this will provide customers with superior services.  “The gathering of these services under one company is part of a vision to expand the value we offer our customers,” says Anderton. “Client by client, project by project, Integ will remain a customer-focused company. This expansion provides customers with wider solutions and growth in the Bryan/College Station economy.”

Insite Magazine Publisher Angelique Gammon supports Anderton’s vision. “Integ’s capabilities and offerings in technology, services and strategies will afford local businesses the opportunity to find services locally and directly reflects Insite’s continuing journey as a company that has the deep roots and has always worked to bring value to the Brazos Valley,” says Gammon.


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